Workers' Compensation Subrogation
Subrogation Lawyers in Philadelphia
At Sacks Weston Diamond LLC, our attorneys regularly litigate cases against
manufacturers of defective products. While most products on the market
are safe, many are designed and manufactured in such a way that even responsible
users get hurt. This is especially true with industrial machinery. Industrial
accidents tend to be far more serious because of the size and power of
industrial machinery and equipment.
Our Philadelphia-based firm has extensive scientific and technical experience
investigating accidents involving machinery and equipment, and we have
a nationwide network of experts in multiple disciplines who can immediately
respond to an accident scene and perform a thorough investigation. Our
extensive knowledge of the safety features, codes, and standards which
apply to industrial machinery, often allow us to identify defects that
others may miss.
Our firm has experience handling cases involving the following equipment:
- HVAC Systems
- Electrical Equipment
Trucking and Motor Vehicle Accidents
Trucking and vehicles accidents cause thousands of work related injuries
each year. Large commercial trucks and trailers are far more complicated
than passenger vehicles. Their braking systems alone require frequent
inspections and adjustment to ensure safe operation. Our team of lawyers
has significant experience investigating all types of trucking accidents,
including brake failures, rollovers, fires, and tire failures.
Our firm also has experience in all aspects of large and small motor vehicle cases,
including issues where recovery is limited by the severity of the claimants'
injuries, UM and UIM issues, and PIP issues.
Our firm has experience handling property damage and injury claims arising
from the loading and unloading of cargo, stevedoring operations, longshore
operations, and the transport of inter-modal cargo containers by sea and land.
The loading and unloading of modern container ships and bulk freighters
can be very dangerous. Cranes, winches, pulleys and other equipment often
cause serious injuries such as fractures and amputations. Third party
claims, including those against the vessel itself, are often overlooked. Our
subrogation attorneys can readily identify and pursue these claims to maximize recovery.
Construction site accidents happen every day, often resulting in catastrophic
injuries. Our firm has an in depth understanding of OSHA regulations and
accepted workplace safety standards. We can immediately ascertain third
party liability, and have experience pursuing constructions accident claims,
including claims against general contractors and sub-contractors.
To learn more,
call (215) 764-3008.